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Premier League Preview: Week 32

Title race still on:

with all in the top three winning in game week 31, the title is Leicester’s to lose still, though Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal are keeping the pressure on, with both North London clubs winning in their previous games.

After the International break, clubs will be keen to kick on for the final stretch this season and finish in as respectable position as possible.

Saturday’s games:

Woeful Aston Villa play host to Chelsea, who have had a write off of a season themselves. Chelsea came from behind against West Ham United 2-2 last time out, and Villa saw themselves lose yet again, this time at the hands of Swansea City. Both teams will be looking for a 3 points here, especially villa, as they try to put up a fight against a seemingly inevitable relegation.

West Ham United face Crystal Palace, as the Hammers strive to overtake Manchester United and City in a bid to get a top-4 finish. Crystal Palace have seen a massive slump in form since 2016 arrived, and will be looking to overturn this poor form with a win,

Sam Allardyce’s Sunderland are at home to West Brom, and will want to see a win in order to climb out of the relegation zone. West Brom, being safely in mid table, would probably just be happy with a good performance.

a win for Stoke city, who face Swansea at home, would see them up to 7th in the league, a very reasonable finish for the Potters.

A relegation Battle between Newcastle and Norwich is also on the cards, and should be a very interesting game indeed, as both teams fight bravely against the drop.

Manchester City travel to Bournemouth, and will try and get 3 points in order to keep their dreams of champions league football for next season alive.

Arsenal will be looking to solidify their top 3 finish this season, and a win over 14th placed Watford would be a breath of fresh air for under fire manager Arsene Wenger, who will look to silence his critics.

Tottenham will look to keep the pressure on table toppers Leicester City, and a trip to Anfield, though a difficult fixture, will definitely keep the hopes of becoming Premier League Champions alive.

Sunday’s Games:

Leicester City have been in inspired form this season, and this string of good performances has seen the surprise the world, as they top the Premier League table, and are odds-on favourite to win the league. The foxes host Southampton this sunday, and will look to try and continue their good performances and go on to record an historic league win.

Manchester United will play Everton. The Toffees have had a very indifferent season, and currently lie 12th in the league. Man United currently lie 6th in the league, and will definitely be eyeing up a top-4 finish by the end of the season.

 

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